sawhorse

NOUN
  1. a framework for holding wood that is being sawed
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How To Use sawhorse In A Sentence

  • With both his small hands Dominic had gripped tightly the end of each board jutting off the sawhorse as Mr. Russo carefully cut through it.
  • Shane had set up a makeshift table for them, made of wooden boards and sawhorses.
  • Use what you have - rocks, broken-up concrete, logs, old metal barrels or even sawhorses.
  • A sawhorse is a thing they saw boards on," remarked Jim, with a sniff. Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz
  • A sawhorse stands in one corner, and a metal chair with bent legs rests on its side.
  • Visiting the Google headquarters, he was taken aback by the scene: people working at haphazardly placed sawhorse desks and the director of engineering, Urs Hölzle, playing a high-tech game of fetch with his huge dog, making the floppy beast chase the beam of a laser pointer. In the Plex
  • Why not use a border of sawhorses for children to ride or a sturdy support for grapevines that children can also climb?
  • Clamp the molding in a wood vise, or to a workbench, or on a sawhorse.
  • To ease my back and save time, I screwed a piece of plywood to the top of a sawhorse and made a crude table to catch the piece of split wood.
  • A plain door and two sawhorses will help you get by until that next big purchase - a desk.
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